About Simurgh Restaurant
Located close to Leicester Square and Covent Garden station, Simurgh Persian restaurant in Garrick Street lies right in the heart of a unique blend of boutiques, theatres, and street performers. It's only a few minutes from the Covent Garden Piazza and the world renowned Royal Opera House in West End.
Simurgh restaurant serves tasty, authentic Persian dishes from hot and cold starters; charcoal Grill and Persian stew dishes and indulgent desserts – all in a uniquely designed restaurant.
Mahsa A•4 months ago
Very nice presentation of the food. They added rose water to the food, which was very different. Really enjoyed my joojeh with 3 different kinds of rice (zereshk polo, berenj sefid, and baghali polo). Definitely not a typical kabab experience. Needed more salt in the rice. While interesting, I prefer my rose water in my desert.
Khaled Al Ansari•8 months ago
Great food.. I am happy of the food and the service.. even it was busy day in the weekend.. the service was good.. but you need to check read the bill carefully before you pay. 😉
Richard Fuller•a year ago
I came to this restaurant around 5pm when it was quiet. The owner warmly welcomed me and gave a lovely introduction to the various dishes helping me decide what to have; the Sultani Joojeh with a pomegranate juice.
Being my first ever experience of Iranian/Persian cuisine I have no source for comparison however this restaurant is recommended on its authenticity and I found the food delicious. The meat beautifully came apart, the tomato sauce that came with the chicken wonderful and I enjoyed all three varieties of rice (would not have thought cinnamon worked in rice).
If you are in the Covent Garden / Leicester Square area and fancy trying something different I really recommend this restaurant. The price is more than some others in the area but I wouldn't say expensive and I was happy to pay it given the quality.
Nahid Forooghi•a year ago
Visited the Simurgh restaurant last night, great location and nice decorations. I had the chicken & banana for the first time, it was nice and had different taste.They said the chicken & banana is a food from north of Iran!
I didn't like the taste of Kabab kobideh, I was thinking it was too fatty.
I thought it was worth a try the delicious Persian food in the central London instead of travelling to North or West of London where the most Iranian restaurant located.